6 Easiest Steps to Keep your Brain Sharp

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Brain health is one of the most important concerns nowadays. Like other body parts, our brain also changes with age. Mental decline or dementia (loss of memory) is one of the feared consequences of ageing that is certain to happen in everybody’s life.

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Everybody even doctors think that mental decline can be improved only by medications. But, many people don’t know that dementia related brain illness can be avoided by doing some easy and simple steps in the early life. Some of these steps are:

1. Regular health check-up:

It is important for everybody to get a whole body check-up at least once in every six to rule out if there is any underlying health issue. Some medical conditions such as diabetes, depression, high blood pressure or loss of appetite affect the brain. It is also necessary to take proper medical help if you have any underlying health problem.

2. Get enough sleep:

A good night sleep of at least 7-8 hours is not just refreshing but also important for your brain health. Sleep regenerates the compounds of brain making it active. Lack of sleep makes your brain ages early and makes it hard to concentrate and remember.

3. Exercise:

Regular exercise of at least 30 minutes can help you to stay fit and sharp. Research says that exercise only improve the muscle tone, but also improve the brain health. Exercise increases the blood circulation of your brain that stimulates the growth of the brain cells. I also improves the connection the between the cells, known as ‘synapse’. These synapses make the brain more efficient and adaptive that results in better performance, even at the later age of life.

4. Eat right:

A diet includes high saturated fats such as deep fried food, cheese, butter, pork or beef is not good for your health. Instead, eat lots of vegetables, fruits and the foods that are rich in vitamins and minerals. You should also add the fishes which are high in omega-3 fatty acids in your diet such as salmon, tuna or sardines.

5. Get rid of stress:

Always keep yourself stress-free. Stress can effect on both your mental and physical health. Stress can make it difficult to get a good night sleep. It can also hamper to remember, learn and concentrate in any task. Meditation, exercise and prayer are excellent stress relievers.

6. Build social network:

Spending some quality time with friends or other people can also help you to boost your brain health. Engage yourself in social clubs, talking with your friends, meeting or knowing new people or in doing some part time jobs. These are only good for your brain but also work wonderful for other health issues like blood pressure and depression.

So, embrace these simple and easiest lifestyle habits from today to enjoy a healthy brain throughout your life. Always remember, it’s never too late to make a change in the life.

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